Louisiana's secretary of state says possible DHS protection of state election systems, even in the wake of hacks, would be "overreach" by the federal government.
Technology implemented without rethinking processes won't solve much, writes consultant Jaime Gracia.
Former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra plans a bid for political office.
Technology is enabling a new kind of collaboration, and now the government is looking to institutionalize the approach to solve serious problems.
Developer.data.gov is the latest in a growing list of communities designed to make practical use of the government's datasets.
Congressional hearing probes the reasons why state and local governments aren't spending the federal money they've been given.
A discussion at the RSA conference identified the elements of successful security.
New effort aims to stop fraudsters from scamming the government.
Like the case of the dog that ate the homework, guidance sent to dozens of state and local fusion and emergency op centers has gone unusued and, in some cases, disappeared, audit finds.
Oregon voters can use iPads -- but not other kinds of tablet PCs -- to mark their ballots.
Virginia commuters could soon see less-congested roads thanks to the commonwealth’s efforts in pushing telework, according to a state official.